What is your Bucket-list Read? by Candice Spammer

by Lisa Bulpin on January 24, 2019

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re an avid reader just like us. If you’re not, we have awesome categories for cookbooks and graphic novels too.

But this post is for those of you who eat, sleep and breathe novels (or even biographies and self-help books).
We know there are many, many brilliant books out there, and most of us have to-read lists long enough to cover the entire Western Province coast line; which is why we need your help. After pouring over our extensive lists for some time, we came to the realization that, sadly, we will never get to tick off every book on our lists.

How, then, do we even begin to select which ones to read first, knowing we will
eventually run out of time? Well, that’s where you come in.
We would like you to let us know what your ultimate, must-read-before-you-die book is, so that we can compile another, more attainable, list, which we can then share with other readers’ as well.
To help us, all you need to do is comment below with the title and author of your favorite book and why you feel it should make the list.

The only catch is that you can only suggest one book; so, choose

And... Go!

1 comment
by Denise pearce on February 06, 2019

Where the crawdads sing. By Delia Owens. Shen writes like poetry. My book of 2018.


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